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Big Beautiful Doll

This is the aircraft of Lt. Col. John. D. Landers, P-51D, Big Beautiful Doll. This is the Tamiya North American P-51D Mustang in 1/48th scale which came with Cartograph decals. The model is painted with various shades of Alclad 11 & Aeromast[...]

1/32 Hobbycraft P-51 RAF Mustang 1A

This is 1/32 Hobbycraft P-51 Mustang 1A finished with the RAF markings ( May 1944 ) Hobbycraft s kit is a scaled up version of 1/48 Accurate Miniatures Mustangs. Cockpit modified by Vector set. Seat belts are from Eduard. I have used Gunze and T[...]

1/32 Dragon P-51D, 360th FS, 356th FG, The Mighty 8th

This P-51 represents another one of those unsung heroes of WW2, Lt (later Capt) Preston Easley. A West Point graduate, he flew 57 missions in Europe in both P-47's and P-51's, and finished the war with a DFC and 5 Air Medals, and went on to a su[...]

1/48 Monogram P-51D Mustang, “Petie 2nd” Lt. Colonel John Meyer, 352nd Fighter Group, Bodney England 1944

Here's a short article about a build that I did a long, long time ago............... This one was special to me, since it was my very first attempt at using Bare Metal Foil if memory serves me correctly. It's the old Monogram kit that was re-b[...]

The new Aifix P-51 Mustang in 1:48 scale (extra photos added)

With the new issue of Airfix Model World Magazine now out, I can post some photos of the all new Airfix 1:48 scale Mustang. This is a superb kit, the detail is excellent, some very clever engineering involved too to get nice a seamless radiator [...]

Tamiya 1:48 P-51B of the 486th FS, 352nd FG

OK, folks, my first article on IModeler. As my profile states, I'd been out of the craft for about 35 years doing life, and now life seems to have granted me to get back into it. This featured model is my third essay (the previous being an F4F W[...]

Airfix 1/72 P-51D

The 352nd Fighter Group was constituted in Sept 1942 and activated at Bradley Field, Connecticut on October 1, 1942. Two of its squadrons, the 21st (later changed to the 486th) and the 34th (later changed to the 487th) had long histories, but l[...]

SAAF F 51 Mustangs over Korea

War broke out in Korea on 25 June 1950 and on 4 August 1950 the South African government announced its intention to place an all volunteer squadron at the disposal of the UN. On 25 September 1950, 2 Squadron "Flying Cheetahs" sailed for Japan. O[...]

Mustang IV Tamiya 1/32

Mustang IV 303 Polish squadron 1945 Tamiya 1/32 Melius Manu – mask HGW – seatbelts Barracuda Studios – Cockpit upgrade, Cockpit stencils Eduard – photo-etched, Brassin wheels Master - barrels Painted Tamiya, Gunze

Hasegawa 1/72 P-51C “Miss Pelt”

Hello everybody, here is my try at Hasegawa P-51C. Built almost OOB, with addition of Quickboost exhausts. Painted with Gunze Aluminium and Red, wash is Tamiya, and exhaust stains and dirt a combination of Tamiya smoke and Tamiya D weathering se[...]